Tippmann 98 Custom (black)
Ebolt, 2 wayed, custom hammer, qeved, alias noid
Aluminum power tube and delerin front bolt
Low pressure kit w/ gauge and c-clip
Palmer Fatty Stab.
Aluminum double trigger
2 Piece Dye IS Barrel
Dye Sticky 3
Dye 68/4500 and cover
Rufus center feed
Very accurate. More accurate and strong than it should be...
-It can't make pressure for me...man =P
-Wish they made a 300psi version
Anything Palmer is perfect. This gauge is VERY accurate. It is only supposed to go up to 600 psi and you can overpressurize it to 900 where the gauge should get messed up, put a shot though it and when you depressurize it will snap back dead on zero. The numbers thing does not shift either, like some others...
Buy it, its Palmer, never look back. 9 because i wanted a 300psi version.
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion on the comments page.
Period of Product Use:
1 of 10 people found this review helpful.
Similar Products Used:
pure energy,they both sh** the bed.
68 Automag Classic, Lapco Drop,J&J ceramic 12 inch barrel,Empire hopper,y grip,foregrip,And two 20 Ounce Tanks with SmartParts on/off Valves With Anti-siphons.
Tells you the psi if you order the higher psi gauge witch i didn't.
After a year it told me the pressure was always 0.
Well i got this for christmas and i realized i ordered the 0-600 psi when i was running about 800 psi so this gauge didnt come to much use to me but after a year , like my pure energy gauge, it just didn't work any more. I dont know why but it just didn't work. Don't get me wrong, I love all of palmer's products, but not this gauge.
When you get it, make sure you have the right psi range, That was probably my fault for it not working.
Tippmann A-5 w/ flatline, PMI 68/4500 HPA and remote line, Q-loader, Superfly Front Bolt, LPA kit, Palmer Stabilizer Regulator, Macroline Kit, Tapco SAW Stock, Weaver Top Rail
The threads fit in a 1/4'' hole.
It died on me after 2 days of use.
I have (had) the 0-600psi version of this gauge and after two days of use the spring unwound and shot the needle up to the 600psi spot and it stayed there even when it was not under pressure. After dissecting the gauge I discovered a small leak at the base of the spring--not sure if the unwinding caused the leak or vice-versa. Regardless, no luck with this one.
This gauge sucked for me, the stabilizer I put it on continues to rock though.
2 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 13th, 2007 at 10:31 pm PST